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Village Green Interpretation Board
The award will fund the installation of a lectern-style interpretation board on the village green in Aldham, Essex. The board will provide information on the history of the village and the green's wildlife, which includes colonies of Great Crested Newts and Stag Beetles, both endangered species.
New after school sailing club supported by local community seek support for equipment related to health and safety.
Village Hall - environmental & safety audit
Parish Council will relocate heating oil storage facility in their Village Hall to comply with new fire regulations. This will allow the Village Hall to remain open for its local users.
Creative writing and drawing
Local community partnership developing and extending creative & imaginative learning opportunities for young people (out of school hours) and their families - uses an award to engage an artist to work with youngsters in after school sessions to develop storyline and comic strip illustrations on themes relevant to young people and thereafter to reproduce them in newsletter & newspaper articles for the attention of the schools and their communities
School will create an outdoor play area, seating and garden areas, for use by after-school clubs and for playing games and activities out of school hours.
Youth, women's & girls rugby
Club to provide rugby opportunities for local youth, women and girls. There are no other teams in the immediate area and club have 6 schools interested, so will offer rugby league coaching in the summer after school and organise an inter school tournament.
The award will allow Dedham Parochial Church Council to open a community centre for one night a week for 11-14 year-olds from the village and surrounding area. The council will put on a range of events including arts and crafts, healthy living, music and indoor and outdoor games. These will be run by a part-time youth worker supported by volunteers.
Charity look to enable local people to participate in an arts and recreation programme ''Rec-Create Circus'' for rural areas in Colchester. The programme involves participating in samba and costume/dance workshops culminating in a performance in December 2006.
As a direct result of consultation with local children and their parents, twenty plus youngsters will be introduced to the skills and challenges of canoeing under the guidance of British Canoe Union trained instructors.
Tiptree Community Climbing Club
To establish a climbing club in Tiptree which will operate sessions, out of school hours, for primary aged children, secondary children and adults. The nearest climbing club is over 30 miles away so this club will provide climbing opportunities for people living locally.
Colchester History Alive!
Group aims to imrpove the knowledge and understanding of the history of Colchester, and in doing so has developed a costumed show - Colchester History Alive! They will use the Award to provide vocal training for their guides, make the costumes, promote the show and purchase a sound system to enhance the quality of their performances.
Building for the Millennium
A smaller part of a major Millennium project to bring the 12th century Grade 1 listed Church of St Andrew into modern usage as a secular community resource as well maintaining the Church building's religious heritage and to expand usage of its associated Church Hall. The phase to be supported will help upgrade the Church Hall's toilets, windows and heating to modern DDA requirements and current h… more
Contribution towards the refurbishment of the sailing head quarters, to enable both males and females to make full use of this residential sail training facility.
The Evergreens run a weekly lunch club for the elderly and a social club with speakers. The award will pay for advertising and publicity to inform more people about the affordable hot meals the group provides. Recent research by the council showed that many older people in Colchester were unaware of the Evergreens' services.
The group run a large multi-purpose communty centre which provides, for example, a creche, exercise classes, talks and workshops. The award will allow the association to landscape the area outside the entrance to the centre through its cafe, encouraging people to come into the centre and use the facilities on offer. It will also fund improvements to the cafe itself and provide equipment for volunteers to serve cheap refreshments.
Sports club uses an award to extend activity opportunities to the Clacton-on-Sea & Mersea Island areas so that people can to take part and benefit from coaching to develop skills and enjoy healthy exercise in their local area, rather than having to travel to distant Colchester which has detered many from taking part in the past.
Public Information Access
The group established in 1957 provides lectures, study visits and undertakes field excavations - publishing findings. They have developed a public winter lecture programme based in the Castle and now need to provide digital audio visual capability to support heightened levels of presentation professionalism - so extending access to heritage and archaeological information. The ITC equipment will also support field work and training.
Award will enable this charity, who support families in times of difficulty, to target rural areas, extending the number of referrals and attracting new volunteers.
Local group of a National Charity working in Colchester & Tendring with adults and young people with mental health impairment uses an award to extend opportunities in making music for those interested in and gaining fufillment from learning instrumental skills and playing music - increases self confidence togther with skills and creativity
GenerART Phase IV
To engage local young people in a community art project involving professional artists. The first part of the project will be undertaken after school and will result in the production of a wooden sculpture to be sited on Hythe Quay. A further art project will be run with young people during the summer holidays.